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Yala National Park -Sri Lanka

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Yala National Park Safari was toooo much fun. We stayed two nights in a safari camp with WILD TRAILS SAFARIS. It has been most likely one of the funnest experiences I have ever had. Yala is full of animal life. The only bummer about the place is there are far too many vehicles in the park at the same time all zooming up to each other, besides that it is an amazing park.

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All of the gang in Yala

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Camp life is very tough with Wild Trails Safaris, we barely managed to make it out alive. I mean who likes having beautifully prepared four course meals three times a day served to you in the jungle while watching wildlife all day long and drinking fine wine. :)

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Inside the little tents. It was so cramped it barely fit my EGO!

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Who said you cannot attach a toilet and shower to a tent.

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Our first glimses of a huge lepard at dusk.

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A young cub having a look at us

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Elephant Rock

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A tusker having a drink

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Hornbills

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Spotted deer

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Sambur deer

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Love is in the air

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Loads of parrots. Every night we would watch hundreds of them fly over us to land in the trees nearby.

Posted by studneski 00:55 Archived in Sri Lanka

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